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Today is my last day as a registered doctor in Australia. Tomorrow I retire officially. Mixed feelings, obviously but the right decision, definitely. Drove on to Lourdes. This was where the Virgin Mary appeared to St Bernadette 16 or 18 times in 1858. We were pleasantly surprised to find the religious site not crowded and no trouble to look at everything, as all the basilicas and the Grotto etc were in a Sanctuary that was free ...
We have spent three weeks with a hire car touring the south coast of Britain whilst waiting for the truck to arrive, and filled in the gaps from our previous trip over this way. Three weeks of B&B’s should be enough for anybody and it was definitely more than enough for me. It
must be mandatory that every B&B in Britain have squeaky floorboards and
The truck arrived in one piece even though one of the tie ...
... no internet!
We are gradually getting on top of things again and Stefan
is now continuing with the Bergerie renovation. Even the dishwasher has been
repaired along with the broken window in No.2 and when my sister turned up, we
will also had a replacement light for downstairs.
It has been a weird season; the weather has been very mixed
and it is as if France has been abandoned and the lights turned ...
... from England was the first. Stan didn’t look as though he should be riding a bike. I’m sure he wouldn’t mind if I say that - he would probably say so himself. His gut looked as though it belonged in the pub. But he was here and that is what matters. He was taking part and finishing each stage. That’s what counts.
Nearly ten o’clock. The countdown, five, four, three, two, one go! From then on it was every thirty seconds.
... don't think about it was the best thing to do . . . many have obviously travelled on it in safety over the years. Views were great but it wasn't the summit - that required walking another two kms up a rough, winding, steep track . . . I've come a long way and not likely to travel this way again so . . . why not? Great idea . . . the cross country trainers bounded past me like springboks but I kept going and so glad I did - the view of ...